Pfizer Guards Viagra Sales, Moves Against Tainted Supplements
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A Pfizer study that finds 81% of sexual performance products claiming to be natural have undeclared pharmaceuticals could pressure FDA to increase enforcement and Congress to boost funding. The firm also launches online sales of Viagra to combat sales of counterfeit erectile dysfunction drugs.
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